The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has its fair share of dedicated fans that have created several pieces of incredible fan-made works since the tiles launch. The Zelda franchise itself has seen countless fan-made pieces created throughout the long term, from ROM-hacks of classic games to landscape artwork of Zelda's notorious locations.
Of all the titles in the Zelda series, Breath of the Wild continues to be the delegated gem for modern Zelda fans, with praise for its intricate gameplay, stunning locales and characters, and it's profound rich legend depicting the battle among Link and Calamity Ganon for the fate of Hyrule. The game continues to be one of the best 10 bestsellers for the Nintendo Switch since it's launch, and its popularity doesn't appear to be dying down anytime soon.
And its fans continue to showcase stellar pieces of fan-made art to show their adoration and appreciation for the game. One Zelda fan on Reddit's r/botw showcased a whole diorama they created based on Link's house in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
User chamomile_tea_please created this stunning miniature diorama of Link's house as it appears in Breath of the Wild, with intricate detail placed in how the diorama was made. Link's house, as it is portrayed in Breath of the Wild, is located in Hateno Village in the East Necluda district, and can be accessed by completing one of the game's side quests. The location also has a pleasant Easter egg that fans have discovered about the house after it's purchased.
Overall, this diorama is exquisite, with several tiny details that make the piece such a marvel, from the crafting of the building's outside, to the surrounding grass and wood planks, to even the crafting of the slope the building sits on. While Breath of the Wild has seen tributes through pixel art and even a whole recreation of the sequels' trailer in the style of the Link's Awakening remake, it's fascinating to watch a piece of the game be literally rejuvenated this way.
It may be some time until fans get to see the sequel to Breath of the Wild, however some Nintendo leakers accept it is still coming this year. In any case, works of art such as this give something else for fans latch onto and appreciate until the following adventure for Link and Zelda finally arrives.